Echkart Tolle: The Inner Journey to the Power of Now

Facing the mirror with Echkart Tolle‘s book: The power of Now

Since the first version of the book The Power of Now appeared, more and more people claim that their lives were completely changed by Echkart Tolle‘s approaches.You’ll find in the summary of the book  below a brief selection of the main ideas and best nuggets (visual quotes from books) from Echkart Tolle‘s book  – The Power of Now. Will this book change your perspective on the way you see the future and the present? I bet it will!

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Ron Lieber: Are you raising a spoiled child?

The Opposite of Spoiled by Ron Lieber

Do you want to raise a spoiled child? Are you afraid on having too much or too little? (Find below the summary of book and some of the best nuggets – visual quotes from books )

“People are not dispassionate about money, and they’re certainly not calm and rational about their kids.”

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The Art of Asking or What I learned from Amanda Palmer

The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

The Art of Asking is SO FULL OF Amanda Palmer.

She fills the pages with herself to the brim, to the point where you really, really want to meet her.

Her writing makes you want to go up to her and ask: ‘how can you be so honest, so genuine and so open?’

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How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie

Timeless nuggets (visual quotes from books) from Dale Carnegie and the summary of book.

There are 4 important abilities that one can learn by reading How to win friends and influence people, written by Dale Carnegie.

  1. Fundamental techniques in handling people

Maya Angelou said: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic.

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